Minix Travel Wallet

by Jack Guy

Jan 15, 2019

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Products / Travel

Your passport is extremely valuable, but also incredibly easy to lose or damage. Keep it safe with a travel wallet such as Minix.

The minimalist design of the wallet means it is thin in your pocket, and canvas construction makes for great durability. There is also space for a few credit cards, too.

RFID protection means your contactless cards are protected from fraudsters, and there is also a slot for spare SIM cards.

If you are at home and going about your business without your passport, you can fold the wallet over for an even smaller footprint. It becomes a stylish card holder that can also protect your cash.

There are so many travel wallets out there it can be hard to choose one right for you. With the Minix, it is hard to go wrong.

The design is nice and simple but the materials are top quality. If you want a no-frills travel wallet that should last for many trips to come, it’s a great option.

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the Minix will retail for $20. It will ship in March 2019. Check out the campaign page for more information.

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